Here Are 25 Awesome Coffee Table Books About Video Games

Miguel Concepcion recently posted a healthy reminder that gamers CAN be bibliophiles — especially where books about video games are concerned. Behold, the 25 Best Video Game Coffee Table Books.

These books look awesome. Among them:

  • 1001 Video Games You Need To Play Before You Die. Enough said.
  • Dawn: The Worlds Of Final Fantasy, an art showcase by Yoshitaka Amano, the series’ main character designer through FFVI.
  • Ico: Castle In The Mist, the only novel on the list, translated from Japanese.
  • Portal 2 Collector’s Edition Guide, a strategy guide with an artwork section included.
  • i am 8-bit: Art Inspired by Classic video games of the ‘80s
  • The Art of The Mass Effect Universe, which hopefully adheres to Mass Effect canon with a little more integrity than the recent novel.

The 25 Best Video Game Coffee Table Books [Complex]

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